Many CEOs say that they want to change their boards to derive more value from them, but often find it difficult to achieve this. Three of the most common reasons that their efforts prove unsuccessful are: (1) A failure to understand and address all eight components that factor into board effectiveness. (2) Asking for greater openness between the board and CEO but responding in a way that is defensive or critical when you get it. (3) Delegation of board changes that require leadership from the CEO.
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